DescriptionPRICED REALISTICALLY FOR A QUICK SALE: Call to book an immediate viewing on this beautiful home - you wont be disappointed! This is a truly delightful property, presented to a superb standard, benefiting from a two storey extension to the rear which creates an open plan living/dining kitchen with bi-fold doors to the rear patio area, that create a seamless flow between the rear garden and living space.
The property has oak internal doors throughout with neutral décor and has been enhanced with brand new, fitted 2020, full uPVC double glazing and a composite door to the front. Located at the head of this residential cul-de-sac, parking is not an issue as this home has parking for two cars to the rear of the property. Norwood Green is a highly regarded village within Calderdale, commuter links being approximately ten minutes drive by car.
Enjoying convenient access into Norwood Green / Judy woods, where there is opportunity to go strawberry picking at the farm, along with activities in the woods including cycling, dog walking or running. The acclaimed Old White Beare Public House is within walking distance, offering family dining and a great village community feel.
Internal accommodation briefly; Entrance storm porch, entrance vestibule, lounge, living dining kitchen, three first floor bedroom and house bathroom. McField Residential urge interested parties to book an immediate viewing appointment to avoid disappointment.
A composite door opens into a storm porch with double glazed windows and door into;
Vestibule with wall mounted central heating radiator and stairs to the first floor. Oak door to;
14'10" (4m 52cm) x 11'10" (3m 60cm)
A generous and well proportioned living room, light, bright and airy having a large half square bay window to the front aspect. A contemporary log effect gas fire recessed into the chimney breast with an additional recess above for ones television. Solid oak plank internal doors.
Living, Dining Kitchen
15'10" (4m 82cm) x 14'05" (4m 39cm)
The heart of this family home, boasting a well-designed fitted kitchen. Incorporating a range of cream wall and base cabinets surmounted by solid oak worktops and complimentary metro tiling to the splashbacks. Peninsula Island with solid oak worktop, undermounted Belfast sink also forms a breakfast bar. Leisure range cooker, dual fuel which combines seven burner hobs with extractor over and electric ovens. There are two Integral washing machine/tumble dryers, a cupboard housing the combination boiler. This delightful space is further complimented by a limestone tiled floor. Bi-fold doors bring outside in.
A spacious landing having a recess which creates a useful office study space fitted with shelves. Loft access point having a timber fold down ladder. The loft is fully boarded with insulation blanket to the rafters.
9'00" (2m 74cm) x 12'01" (3m 68cm)
Double bedroom to the front aspect with a useful bulk head storage cupboard, currently used as a wardrobe.
15'01" (4m 59cm) x 7'00" (2m 13cm) Maximum measurements which include a corridor entrance
A single room with a central heating radiator and rear double glazed window.
8'11" (2m 71cm) x 7'01" (2m 15cm)
Single bedroom to the rear aspect.
7'01" (2m 15cm) x 6'06" (1m 98cm)
Half tiling to the walls, fitted with a three piece modern white suite to include a panelled bath with glass side screen and a thermostatic shower over, pedestal wash basin and low flush toilet. Chrome heated towel radiator.
Lawned garden with picket fence boundary and gravel path leading to the entrance door.
Indian flagged patios on three shallow tiers, fenced boundaries and parking for two cars.
Information obtained from the land registry, the property is: FREEHOLD
According to the local government website the current council tax band is: C
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The graph shows the current stated energy efficiency for this property.
The higher the rating the lower your fuel bills are likely to be.
The potential rating shows the effect of undertaking the recommendations in the EPC document.
The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).